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. -- said they are in heaven. now with obama it's come right back again. we are all walking on eggshells again. not very delicately on those eggshells. like my introduction. [laughter] i am going to it debate party tonight. the host called it racist pizza debate party because he's having it in his fifth apartment. it's an apartment. maybe it's not being taken quite as seriously but it did work in 2000. more white people voted for barack obama 2008 than voted for any democratic candidate for president in nearly 40 years. tied with clinton and incumbent in 1996 and look at the wonders that produce. it produces disaster as it did nric city and it has with barack obama. you can see in last week's debate, that was the first objective thing obama has. for four years he has been coddled by the media. i mean i guess he faced sort of a tough opponent with hillary and linton but who is she? she is the wife of an impeached ex-president and that is how she made her name. still, she was better than john mccain. and you know in the hillary obama debate, the questions going question's going to obama we
did he lie about what obama did but right now the old fashioned program that helps poor women and children is .07% of the federal budget. the caseload is down 50% in 15 years and we destroyed that program. we can debate all day. we destroy the program but they decided to resurrect welfare. again, the dog whistle and again saying that we are the ones looking out for you, the taxpayer and the rest of their message with this 47% thing about a quarter of those are seniors who again worked in order to now have their benefits. that isn't going to sit well with the people he was trying to turn out weeks ago. >> the republican party does of the generation of non-white up-and-coming like marco rubio in florida and ted cruce and texas and bobby jindal and louisianan who were all very conservative. it's been a a very impressive african-american woman from utah. estimate ultraconservative. >> does that help them at least present some image of a bigger tent as they move forward or the appealing to the same because of their politics and ideology? >> i think assuming it mitt romney and flyin
care, of course, you know, two different directions in health care; right? president obama is elected. obamacare becomes the law of the land for sure. it becomes institutionalized. it becomes nothing's impossible, but it becomes close to impossible to reverse four years from now. it'll be operating then. people will have moved over, building, tremendous changes, mandate would have been enforced already. 20,000irs agents will be hired which is absolutely crazy. just what we need, 20,000 more irs agents, and there's almost no way to stop that because even if you have a republican house, which i think is almost forture, nothing in life for sure, but it almost is. if you have a republican senate, unlikely if obama is legislated, but possible, well, he can veto any attempt they would make to overturn obamacare. american people in re-elected president obama are reenforcing obamacare and accepting that as their future. if a president romney is elected, even without a republican senate, with the basically the president votes in the house about the same and the senate within one or two votes b
for their rights within our own republic. mr. obama has transferred his views to the palestinian struggle. he has done this on several occasions. noting that the palestinians fight for their rights. i find that obama's reading of history, the painful memory of burning cities. it was also at the heart of the african-american struggle for their rights. i grew up in this era. and i think that we will remember if we delve into our memories of the president in 1968, lyndon johnson, could not employ the 82nd airborne in vietnam. though he wanted to. because it was in detroit. palestinians are not fighting for their rights. they have their rights. they are inalienable. even to them, as it says in the declaration of independence. they are inalienable by god. it is an entirely different kind of a struggle than a struggle for rights. the struggle for freedom includes a different kind of tactic. especially when those engaged by lunch counter citizens or bust boycotts. so let's be blunt about this trouble. violence is a fact of history. it is certainly not lost on the palestinians of the west bank. there is
to go so you're right, that's $16,000 of debt caused by president obama is what a strangling us today. >> you want a quick response? kind i guess amnesia is spreading all over the country. there were eight using a depressed obama and our debt when exponentially out of control. they were too unfounded wars, very expensive prescription benefit of you have chemistry your willingness to raise taxes. you want to do and county taxpayerscan you sign this pledge down to washington so this is how -- we need to look closely at trinity let's be clear. i've never called for privatizing medicare. i've never support anything in the ryan budget what you distort what i said. that's what you do, ms. hochul, you distort what people say to suit your own needs or your own purposes. what i said was the ryan budget did before enough to getting as a balanced budget the next 10 years. mitt romney agrees with it. we need to balance budget. i've never said anything related to the ryan budget and medicare and no one here who has not voted to cut medicare for current changes, including my 85 year old mom. as med
, very comparable to republican accusations about obama and libya. >> guest: contactually right. >> host: it's a perennial thing. when there's an issue of an attack, you go with it. >>>> guest: there's a strong attack from the right, lead up to the midterm election, and it endures after that. this is what -- part of what kennedy's facing with trying to control the message. it's not just about making kennedy look good. any president is going to want to -- want good press, anyone wants good press. part of it is just trying to get good press, but in controlling the message, is also trying to not let critics define him. now, if we think that through a little bit, what would have happened if the republicans had turned this into a kennedy failure, if, instead of us now remembering this as a kennedy victory, a great moment in the cold war battle, but instead talk about like it was another bay of pigs for kennedy, another weakened moment he should have known he was negligent or any of those aspects, if you think about that, the implications for kennedy at the time were enormous. he was having a
, there is no indication that the obama administration is willing to clearly recognize iran's right to enriched uranium on its own soil. and, therefore, there won't be a deal. even if there's no deal and iran doesn't collapse, some policy elites continue to posit that sanctions and their version of diplomacy is all worth it. it is worth any and because iranians, middle eastern publics, and americans most importantly will come to see that iran's is suffering and inability to get a deal on the nuclear issue is the iranian government's fault. and, therefore, it will be understandable, and even justified for the united states in the end to strike iran militarily. but we should have no illusions about the strategic consequences of an overt war with the islamic republic. any new overt use of u.s. force to disarm yet another middle eastern state of weapons of mass destruction that it does not have, while staying quiet about israel's 200 plus nuclear weapons arsenal, would elevate already high level of anti-american sentiment in the middle east, threaten our remaining allies there, and render their cooperation
to acknowledge clearly iran's right to enrich uranium on its own soil. even if the obama administration and the rumors they are thinking of doing this after they are like good horse to offer iran a bigger carrot as if the iranians were donkeys, and a final shot at diplomacy, there is no indication that the obama administration is willing to clearly recognize iran's right to enrich uranium on its own soil. and therefore there won't be a deal. even if there is no deal and iran doesn't collapse, some policy elite continue to posit the sanctions and their version of diplomacy is all worth it. it's worth it in the end because iranians, middle eastern public will come to see that iran's suffering an inability to get a deal on the nuclear issue is the iranian government's fault. and therefore would be understandable and even justified for the united states in the end to strike iran militarily. we should have no illusions about the strategic consequences of an overworked with the islamic republic. any new over use of u.s. force to disarm yet another middle eastern state of weapons of mass destr
that the supreme court did what it did right at the turn of the obama administration with the two or three high-profile terrorism cases it had before it. it was saying, hey, show us what you've got. we'll give you another chance. so i think, you know, there's always going to be pressure on the executive branch no matter what else is true to go as far as possible within the limits of law to protect national security, and we should want it that way. um, but we also should accept that that's going to be true and create defense mechanisms toward it, to sort of, you know, put pressure on in the other direction. >> glenn, you look like you had -- okay. i think we should open it up. we don't have a lot of time left, and this is the last panel. i think we should open it up to the floor. um, if anybody has any questions, and i don't know where the microphones are. are they anywhere nearby? this one first. you have to wait, sorry. >> thank you. picking up on something that mr. rizzo said that the cia will resist to death, apparently, any attempt to impose standards of what constitutes national security o
to do. i would be proud to carry the legislation as i was proud to carry the legislation to defund obama. i would be proud to repeal obamacare. >> moderator: all right. now jill. >> speaking specifically about president obama, and i'd have to ask the question differently. i'll start with congressman rehberg where has the president failed montana and how would you fix it? rehberg: in the health care reform to reform health care. it added people to a system that is already failing. i think the stimulus was failing. it failed. our solution is not necessarily put money in to a one-time expenditure. it was to build asset. we want to try to suspend payroll taxes on employers and employees for a period of year. it would have put money in the hands of every small business. the florist, the complarkter, the engineer, i would suggest new regulation coming out of unelected bureaucrats are destroying diswhroobs build montana. costing us employees and other 10 million year every year from our economy. cap-and-trade, i don't understand why -- for the you utility and hurting our coal, oil and gas indus
, should not be close. okay. barack obama should by all rights by wiping the floor with romney. the fact we are near to electing an investment banker president four years after the financial crisis is astonishing to me. how is it even possible? you know, what made it possible was that the reason barack obama hasn't built up a roosevelt lead and hasn't, you know, won democratic majority and commerce last for forty years in the way roosevelt did, he never took the steps roosevelt did. he never tackled the situation directly. it's not just the bank bailout. that's the biggest failure. it's across the board. there was no direct federal hiring to deal with unemployment. we got a form of national health insurance. but come on, we got bob dole's plan. [laughter] you know. so, you know, okay. i don't know if i answered your question or not. [laughter] >> i can feel myself wandering off in to place i don't really want to be. hopefully we'll get to that in the question time. >> i'm depressed i forget what the question was. [laughter] let me ask you one more depressing question and i think it's time f
because mitt romney got it right. looking at president obama and said, you know, my way or the highway, that's what obamacare was, congressman. there was not a single republican vote for it. not one. if you wantedded -- wanted to see bipartisanship, why not cross the aisle to get ideas from republicans? with that many republicans, you couldn't say there there was not least one good idea. then go to your caucus bringing these guys. no, sir. you went the partisan route and voted that line. that's unfortunate. you know, we need to fix much in washington, and every now and then, it's suggested richard mourdock doesn't know how washington workings. that's the problem. it's not working. it is because of the partisanship like mr. donnelly that says one thing, back in the state, say one thing in the district, and then go back and consistently, unfortunately, cave into harry reid, nancy pelosi. he said he was not going to support pelosi for speaker. he got there, guess what? he did, twais. twice. that's a pattern. that's not going to fix washington, but going to continue to make it worse, congr
capital formation. the current tax rate dividends are% out i guess you can see right there 15 f. obama has this way, almost tripling the dividend tax increase. it's going to be about 50% or so increase the tax-free capital gains. if you love or the tax tax return on investing, you're basically going to love her the amount of investment taking place. so we have to resolve issues, which basically confront us and probably nothing's going to happen until november 6 received a leader of the country and who controls congress. these are factors we have to worry about. now my observation was to go back early into my career. i say that what the big smile and certain sense of modesty, but i got my mba from columbia in january 311967. fas child was at business school for six months old when i graduated. i had no money in the bank like national defense education and student loans to repay. so i'm sure you've learned if you have liability no asset to make it if not worse. i hope you are not an basically had no choice but to go to work immediately. the very next day, february 1st 1967 i thought of my go
are supporting president obama. hochul: first, my answer to this, unlike you, chris, i don't believe either party has all the right answers. i won't say in congress i only support one party. there are concepts and policies i support with president obama like standing with the middle-class but i voted for middle-class tax cuts so they are no longer held hostage. you're willing to join majority and hold him hostage and not giving it should assurance. i want him to have that i want a farm bill passed so our farmers now delayed olympic i want to stand with our seniors and make sure that we don't balance the budget on their backs and break the promise to medicare we had to i believe mitt romney has ideas as well. i'm not so my way or the highway that i can't look at people objectively and go with what i think is best to every issue that comes before me, my question will be, what's best for this district. that's how i've operated and i continued to do so as a member of congress next year. >> just to be quick on your voting for president obama? hochul: i've said that before, yes. >> okay. there is anoth
and expand on them. >> obama himself has not interpreted it as saying that we have the right to be maki said that we have the power, but i won't do it. >> i don't think that's quite accurate. it's a very vague sentence in the bill, it said any more power that is specifically about foreign terrorists, that they have the right to take american citizens willy-nilly indefinitely. having said that, there really isn't a singular liberal foreign policy. there are different strains in both parties and both ideologies. there are some people on the left who are angry at obama for the things the state and the things that have to do with the extensions of bush. some don't see it that way. there's a big difference between obama's foreign policy and bush's foreign policy. the civil liberties, obama in the back, now, individual circumstances that are being pointed to, i don't think they have been verified yet. and that is that individuals may do bad things. no human rights organization is saying that that was ended. on the broader foreign policy question, i think it is a huge earth shattering difference th
of a role to play, too. it's not a coincidence that the supreme court did what it did right at the turn of the obama administration would do two or three high-profile terrorism cases because he was saying hey, show us what you've got. we'll give you another chance. so i think there's always going to be pressure to matter what else is true to go as far as possible within the limits of law to protect national security and we should want that way, but we should also accept and create the bench mechanisms to sort of put pressure on the other direction. >> i think we should open it up here but don't have a lot of time left to mrs. glass panel. i think we should open it up to the floor. if anybody has any questions. i don't know where the microphones are. are they anywhere nearby? you have to wait, sorry. >> thank you. picking up on something that mr. rizzo said that the cia will resist any attempt to impose what constitutes national security or a threat to national security, such as ms. vladeck suggested. and also the fact that he talked about the national interest of the united states. then
the examples i was giving him was if you watch msnbc for example right now, you might as the story about our ambassador being killed. you know that they think it's been a game changing gas by mitt romney, which you do not know about obama's people. there's a lot of things you don't know. i recited the caliber of the liberals on fox news. i mean, until she passed away, former price presidential candidate on the democratic party. they have bob beckel, who i think is the low hard, but he ran mondale's campaign. susan estrich ran to caucuses can pain. you have juan williams. look, i know they're liberals, but there is smart as they come. [laughter] it the best liberalism has to offer. meanwhile in msnbc the people at ever heard a end they were functional representing the conservative argument. i said in the primetime lineup is only one partisan host, sean hannity. so this makes ted koppel's head explode and of course he cites bill o'reilly. i said o'reilly is middle of the road. he believes in global warming, gun control must be a bomb is. koppel said you're saying he's not opinionated? i said n
gave him was you -- if you watch msnbc, for example, right now, you might miss the story of our ambassador being killed. you know they think it's been a game changing gaffe my mitt romney. you do not know about obama's speech before the u.n.. there's a lot of things you don't know. i cited the caliber of the liberals on fox news. they had a former vice presidential candidate on the democratic party. they have bob -- or bob, a blow hazard, but he ran mondale's campaign. susan ran decaucus' campaign. they are liberals, but they are as smart as they come. [laughter] they're the -- [applause] they're -- [laughter] it's the best liberalism they have to offer. [laughter] meanwhile, on msnbc, they have people i've never heard of, and they are functional retards representing the conservative arguments, and then i said in the prime time lineup, there's only one partisan host, sean hannity. they cite bill o'riley, middle of the road, believes in global warming, gun control, and loves the obama, and kopple got testing saying he's not opinionated? no, he's opinionated, it's that he's the be
to the accusations about obama and lydia and it is a perennial thing. when you can find any avenue of attack. >> guest: so, there is a very strong political attack coming from the right and the lead up to the midterm election and after that. and this is part of what kennedy is facing trying to control the message. any president is going to want good press. anyone wants good press. so part of it is just trying to get the good press but controlling the message is also trying not to let his critics define him. if we think that through what would have happened if the republicans had turned this into a failure if instead of us now remembering this as a victory as a great moment in the cold war battle but instead we talk about how this was another of the of pigs there isn't a moment he shouldn't have realized he isn't negligent in any of those aspects if you think about that, the implications of the time were enormous. he was having a hard time getting his legislation through to congress than anyone. if he was further weakened by this massive perceived failure, he would have had more difficulty fr
they are getting weary of this conflict. the turks i think are a little weary right now. there've been some comments even from the obama administration, shifting from the manichaean view towards assad. so all of these scenarios don't present too much of a pretty picture, and, obviously, lead to more death and destruction in the near term but, unfortunately, there are no easy answers to this. thank you very much. [applause] >> thank you. we have two respondents. we have paul sullivan, professor of economics, national defense university as was agenda professor in the security studies program at georgetown university. will ask and become first and then lastly we'll have ambassador take the tooth, president and ceo of america-mideast education and training. spent i have not been more torn of the situation were longtime that the situation in syria. this is a serious business. now, when people mentioned soft power, i think there may be some of get the impression that this is having peace on lake geneva, an
. it is proof that the republican party is tilted right. if from the beach obama then it will be because he has won a lot of independent voters to moved from party the party election to election. to me the best evidence that the tea party movement is not here to stay, at least matured, it has entered the bloodstream is by the behavior, the voting behavior of congress. you see, you know, for example, the ryan budget. you know, both times, in 2011 and 12 when it came up for a vote, all these republicans who previously voted against it now vote for it. the reason for this is that if they fail to vote for it there will be primary by someone who will get to their right. in fact, one of the people that i read about in the buck is a moderate republican named joann emerson and misery. and she voted against a couple of things that, you know, were not -- or firing behavior was not deemed sufficiently right wing. but some things saying hey, here is what the primary. as of that sort of behavior strikes fear into the arts of a lot of legislators. >> and if governor robin is a response to that from the tea p
and i think i felt the process go forward. so it's not just surprises. it's how you react to a 60 obama administration did a great job on burma. >> for the first time in my life, i think i'll probably just listen and observe. my staff is gone i cannot believe it. chris is right and these are good people and you hate to put them through having to work for people like ice, but still. i will say talk about strategic surprises. i never in a million years thought i would come home to my daughter's all doing this cowboy south korean tribe around my living room, singing a korean song called style. i didn't think i would have been. >> were going to go to the next part, which are questions. i don't know physicality of giving time constraints. i can see how far the line goes back. if you can state who you are and if possible address or wishing to one of our participants, others may chime in. please make your question concise. >> hello, and director of nuclear proliferation at the center for arms control and proliferation. thank you first ball of your expert insights on this excellent program. i m
out there. so i think that's right and it's really too bad because it has closed a lot of doors in our family. and that is what you founded michelle obama's families. you are able to help truly open those doors for her family. >> you know, i think, at least within her family, there are those conversations happening but i think as i said, ordinary americans around the country are making these kinds of discoveries with dna testing so these conversations are happening around the country. when you talk about marriage and the importance of legitimacy, one of the other nice stories which again talks about the variation of the american experience during slavery was the first lady had ancestors who were free for decades before the civil war. one of the most interesting records that i came upon was a record which showed those members of her family who after the civil war went to the courthouse and lined up to get their marriages and their relationships legitimized and recognized under the law and a lot of people did that. >> i think that if -- and i am curious how does the first lady michelle o
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